Cardiff University graduate launches new app for home buyers

A Cardiff University engineering graduate is looking to help home buyers boost their deposits with a new smartphone app. Ben Milsom is the co-founder of Homeawards, which provides users with automatic cash rewards from everyday retailers as they save for a mortgage. Set to launch later this year, the app allows users to transfer rewards...

Plans for 3D printed circuit race in Carmarthenshire unveiled

Plans are currently being put together for a futuristic 3D Circuit Race that’ll take place in Carmarthenshire this summer. Earmarked for Carmarthen Park’s velodrome in July, the 3D-printed remote control car race will see pupils from eight primary schools take part. Children have begun work on 3D printing and assembling remote control cars and have...

North Wales tech firm set to achieve £1 million turnover

North Wales-based tech firm RFIDdirect is on course to achieve £1 million turnover as a result of major contract wins in Europe. The firm, which has its head office in Mold, provides radio frequency identification to organisations all over the world. RFID technology allows manufacturers to transform production processes. Founded by managing director Frits van Calker,...

Nominations open for the 2019 Wales Technology Awards

Nominations for the seventh consecutive Wales Technology Awards are now open. The awards, organised by industry body ESTnet, will celebrate the achievements and innovations of Wales’ 3,000 technology companies. Organisations and entrepreneurs have until April 5th to submit applications for the prestigious awards, with the ceremony itself taking place on June 20th at Cardiff City All....

Wrexham Enterprise Hub celebrates first year anniversary

The Wrexham Enterprise Hub is celebrating its first-year anniversary, having held more than thirty events and supported over 170 businesses. Launched by Economy Secretary Ken Skates in early 2018, the hub is based in an old Iceland building and is building a thriving community of entrepreneurs. As well as providing entrepreneurs with a contemporary workspace, it’s...

Swansea University opens £17 million computing facility

Swansea University opened the doors to a new, state-of-the-art computing facility last week. The Computational Foundry, which is based at Bay Campus, will bring together technologists and industry partners to grow Wales’ digital economy. Backed by £17 million from the European Regional Development Fund, the Foundry will help to drive forward STEM research and create...

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